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DTH Sports at a Glance: The road to greatness
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Two roads diverged for Lindsey Harris.
With Jedi-like reflexes and a fierce competitive fire, she always had the makeup of a star goalkeeper. But before her redshirt senior season with the North Carolina women's soccer team, an intervention was in order.
Coach Anson Dorrance called her into his office, with her parents on the line. She had a decision to make.
She could take the usual path and rely on her natural talent, as she always had. Or she could push forward, like never before, to become the player she had never been.
During the meeting, Lindsey stayed silent. But then, something clicked.
And that has made all the difference.
Friday Feature: Lindsey Harris
- After an intervention with her coach and parents, Lindsey Harris transformed into a force for the women's soccer team.
- The women's basketball team touted its backcourt depth at UNC's media day on Thursday.
- On Wednesday, the men's basketball team opened up about Theo Pinson, the first-years and more at ACC Operation Basketball.
Stories from the week
- After her brother died in a car accident earlier this month, Abby Elinsky returned to the team that stood by her side.
- In documents revealed Tuesday, the NCAA rejected UNC's defense of its academic scandal.
- Women's tennis players Sara Daavettila and Jessie Aney put their friendship aside to battle in the final match of the ITA Carolina Regional.
- In this week's Film Review, we discussed how UNC's rush defense has grown since its early season struggles.
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